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However, it is unclear to what extent a positive contribution is required. In other words, how much positive contribution is enough? For example, in the refusal report for Lammas, although Lammas did ultimately meet this criterion and had fulfilled all examples of environmental benefit and social and economic benefit, the report still pushes for more proof of benefit to the community. This is discussed further in the refusals section. 13 The procedure and communication with Pembrokeshire County Council appears to be particularly bad, with all the applicants interviewed mentioning that the officers were unhelpful and did not honour agreements.

But my brain has moved on since then, along with the policy too, to look at the livelihoods of the people as well with these developments. 14 Which are the LID applications you have had experience of? Peter Sedgwick had mainly had experience of Lammas. Martina Dunne had experience of the Roundhouse at Brithdir Mawr. 15 Why were they refused? Do you think the refusals were justified? Roundhouse: “From memory, they overcame a lot of the concerns raised which was a good way forward. You know, with issues like design and materials.

However, according to Tony Wrench and Jane Faith, the garden was previously “a bracken-covered bank bordered by a goat-ravaged hedge” (Wrench, Faith, 2006). They also state that the plants for the reedbed involved “transplanting native reed mace and yellow flag plants 150 metres from one field to the next” (Wrench, Faith, 2006). In addition, as they both point out they could not fulfil the other criteria of meeting 75% of basic needs or the requirement of sewage and waste water systems to be sustainable without a garden and reed bed system (Wrench, Fairth, 2006).

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